An Eastern guard speaks to a Westerner through a broken seam in the wall. Both were smiling, representing the jubilant spirit of the day, November 26, 1989
Currently in Newcastle studying for a law degree.
No idea what I want to do yet.
Music, books, and cinema can take you anywhere.
Ray Manzarek and Jim Morrison were the two most unusual people I have ever known. It didn’t take long to realize this about Jim. He was obviously a genius, and he worked hard at being different. Did a good job of it too. Ray on the other hand, was a late bloomer. I guess it took all of his [and our ] energies to keep Jim in line. The real Ray didn’t appear until after Jim was gone. He was constantly doing projects with different people, producing, playing with different poets. He always saw the good side of people, and that was his genius. He was the only guy at UCLA that saw something good about Jim. Everyone else thought of Jim as a phony or worse. He saw the genius of Jim’s words and the rest is history. Ray sure did influence my life, and I hope yours to. I’ll always be grateful to John for introducing me to Ray and Jim, and I’ll never forget them.
Robby Krieger, May 20, 2013 (via oldrockstars)
Vincent van Gogh (via usochi)
all you need is love
The Smile Remains the Same (1970 - 2013)
Miles Davis waiting for the “Ali vs Frazier” fight at Madison Square Garden.
Muhammad Ali draws a crowd as he playfully spars with an fan in the parking lot of a grocery store in Miami Beach in 1971.